Meaning Natural increase
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the difference between birth rate and death rateĀ 
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The surplus (or deficit) of births over deaths in a population in a given time period.
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Accroissement naturel
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in population studies, when the birth rate is higher than the death rate.
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See growth rate
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Growth of the population due to an excess of births over deaths.
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The number of births in a given population, minus the number of deaths in that population, within a given time period.
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The natural increase of a population is the excess of births over deaths.
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The excess of births over deaths. When deaths exceed births, this is a negative natural increase, or natural decrease.
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Natural increase is the difference between the number of births and deaths occurring during the period. If the number of deaths exceeds the number of births, it is called natural decrease.
Source: delwp.vic.gov.au

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Population change resulting from only the births and deaths within that population. Natural increase can be positive or negative.
Source: finance.alberta.ca

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population increase due to more births and less mortality
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The increase in population based on the births minus deaths, not including the impact of migration.
Source: forecast.id.com.au

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Crude death rate subtracted from crude birth rate. natural killer (NK) cell
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